Sun-jin Hwang Professor
- Tokyo University, 1997
- Solid Waste Treatment
Ph.D., Tokyo National University, Department of Environmental Engineering, Japan, 1997.3. M.S., Seoul National University, Department of Urban Engineering, Korea, 1990.2. B.S, Seoul National University, Department of Civil Engineering, Korea, 1988.2.
Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2010 ~ present Director , Center for Research Facilities of Kyung Hee University, Korea, 2013 ~ present Senior Researcher, EBARA Corp. Environmental R&D Center, Japan, 1998.4. ~ 1999.8.
F. Growth rate, organic carbon and nutrient removal rates of Chlorella sorokiniana in autotrophic, heterotrophic and mixotrophic conditions, Sunjin Kim, Jeong-eun Park, Yong Beom Cho, Sun-Jin Hwang, Bioresource Technology, 2013, V. 144, p. 8–13 The effects of wavelength and wavelength mixing ratios on microalgae growth and nitrogen, phosphorus removal using Scenedesmus sp. for wastewater treatment, Tae-Hyeong Kim, Yunhee Lee,Suhyun Han, Sun-Jin Hwang, Bioresource Technology, 2013, v.103, p.75-80 Effects of Initial Lactic Acid Concentration, HRTs, and OLRs on Bio-hydrogen Production from Lactate-Type Fermentation, Tae-Hyeong Kim, Yunhee Lee, Kwang-Hyeon Chang, Sun-Jin Hwang, Bioresource Technology, 2012, v.103, n.1, p.136-141
Ministerial Citation, Minister of Environment, Korea, 2016 Best Research Awards, Kyung Hee University, 2005 & 2008 Best Paper Awards, Korean Society of Water & Wastewater(KSWW), 2013 & 2015 Vice-Present, Korean Society of Water & Wastewater (KSWW), 2015.12. ~ present Development/optimization of microalgae advanced wastewater treatment system using high efficiency/low cost PBR(Photo-Bioreactor), MOE, 2011.11.~2014.9. Development of Advanced Energy Recovery Type Food Wastewater Treatment System Applied by Optimized HPB(Hydrogen Producing Bacteria) and Mixotrophic Microalgae, NRF, 2013.11~2016.10. Development of Mixotrophic Microalgae Type Photobioreactor (RV-PBR) for Removal of Nutrients flow in Transitional Zone Reservoir, NRF, 2017.4.~2020.3.
Development of wastewater treatment system using microalgae Research on mass culture of microalgae and electro coagulation Co-culture of microalgae and bacteria to improve wastewater treatment capacity Flow cytometry and fluorescence for assessing the cell health of microalgae